The Truest Pleasure - Chapter Three Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Three Summary

As Ginny and Tom court, Ginny's brother, Locke, returned home on furlough from the army. He and his family sit around talking about many things, mostly religion, science, and medicine. Locke recounts the story of when he rode a train from Washington to San Francisco, eating only a wheel of cheese for the entire journey. He quickly ran out of food with days left in his journey and no more money in his pockets. He painstakingly watched as the woman sitting across from him ate fresh peach after peach from a giant bag. When she left, Locke sat for half a day staring at the bag, wondering when the woman was coming back for her fruit. Then he realized she must have forgotten it and spent the rest of his journey enjoying the fresh peaches, like they were an answer to...

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